Cabin-like decor reminds us all of simpler times and brings about all of the warm and fuzzy feels, so there's no wondering why it's so popular right now. Feel like hopping on the bandwagon? Whether you're inspired by your home's architectural details—such as exposed brick and wooden beams—or just are looking to bring more comfort into your abode, you've come to the right place. We've rounded up 15 of our favorite rooms that absolutely nail cabin decor to a T.
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No cabin-like space is complete without a cozy quilt or two! Why not get creative when it comes to incorporating such textiles in a space? Designer Lisa Queen chose to revive a set of chairs with beloved Kantha quilts for a custom, comforting look.Continue to 2 of 15 below.
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It's All in the Details
When decorating a cabin-like bedroom, don't forget to think beyond bedding and pay special attention to features such as lighting. In this space by Leanne Baud, a vintage looking lightbulb attached to the wall adds charm and makes reading in bed extra pleasant.Continue to 3 of 15 below.
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Make it a starry night! Hanging string lights and star cutouts above the bed will make any sleep space feel like a cabin retreat. Claire Knight kept her comforter simple and opted to focus on the area above her bed instead, where she hung these fun fixtures and also displayed art.Continue to 4 of 15 below.
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Think outside the box when it comes to wall art. Keara Sexton chose to hang up outdoorsy pieces such as a paddle, hat, and nature-themed scene. Bonus: Your walls can double as storage when you make your everyday essentials part of the decor.Continue to 5 of 15 below.
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Tons of Texture
Mixing different types of fabrics creates that welcoming, lived-in look that makes cabins feel so special. Angela Horwath mastered this setup by mixing a kilim-inspred pillow cover with a rustic-looking plaid piece that pop on her sofa.Continue to 6 of 15 below.
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Using a trunk as a coffee table, as Marta Dowling did, is an excellent way to create camp-like vibes in your very own living room. Better yet, large trunks like this one can make for extremely valuable storage. Stuff blankets, board games, and other night-in essentials inside, then sit back and enjoy a laid back evening at home. A sparkly chandelier will make you feel like you're actually outdoors under the star.Continue to 7 of 15 below.
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Don't be afraid to mix wood tones in a space, as Laura Coles did in this texture-filled bedroom. If you have exposed beams as Coles does, opt for furniture in a lighter hue to let this dramatic architectural feature really pop. Then soften up the look with knit throw blankets in soothing colors.Continue to 8 of 15 below.
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Feeling minimalistic? Incorporating a couple of sweet accent pieces will give your space personality without making it look too busy. Sophie Thurlow hung a beautiful butterfly print above her bed to bring the outdoors into this soothing sleep space. Smaller antlers on either side of the art piece complement the room's natural beams.Continue to 9 of 15 below.
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Blue and white is a versatile color combo that will shine in any type of room: Traditional, rustic, modern, you name it! In the bedroom above, Kim Levins let these calming hues take center stage, adding a bold touch in the form of black accents.Continue to 10 of 15 below.
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Pretty PlantsContinue to 11 of 15 below.
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Botanical prints are timeless and look lovely in any cabin-themed room. Hannah Llewellyn also chose to paint the shiplap border in this space a bold blue, which adds visual interest to the space without being overpowering.Continue to 12 of 15 below.
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Furniture doesn't need to be fancy to shine in your space. Melissa Keyser turned a crate on its side to create a makeshift end table and placed a chic sheepskin throw atop a folding chair to create a fabulous reading nook. Sheepskin is always a winner in cabin-like spaces and can be used as a rug bedside the bed, too.Continue to 13 of 15 below.
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Designing around exposed brick as Louisa Sugden did is a major yes. A simple yet comfortable throw rug in a neutral hue encourages lounging and helps the space feel extra inviting and relaxed.Continue to 14 of 15 below.
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Joanna Hawley-McBride certainly knows how to design a stunning gallery wall. Her setup is proof that gallery walls complement all types of aesthetics—here, antlers and nature-themed prints shine and transform a sunny nook.Continue to 15 of 15 below.
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